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Smart Plan’s South Corridor ranks high for federal funds

Smart Plan’s South Corridor ranks high for federal funds

The South Corridor of the Miami-Dade Smart Plan has received high marks from the federal investment arm for local public transit systems, bolstering confidence that the route will yield a…

Indoor salmon farming pioneer seeks grant to add jobs

Indoor salmon farming pioneer seeks grant to add jobs

Still on schedule to finish by July the first of three stages for building its sprawling Redland facility, indoor fish farming company Atlantic Sapphire wants $5 million in public funds…

Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

A vote that could have torpedoed a lease to build a mega-project on Melreese Golf Course failed to gain enough Miami City Commission support, as debate provided a glimpse of…

Miami Beach entranceway project given a city ‘go’

Miami Beach entranceway project given a city ‘go’

Miami Beach and developers at 500-700 Alton Road have reached a settlement that allows several signature projects to proceed. The commission agreed last week to settle with Park on Fifth…

Signature bridge foundation next in I-395/SR 836/I-95 remake

Signature bridge foundation next in I-395/SR 836/I-95 remake

Foundation work for the I-395 “signature bridge” will begin soon, a key feature of the ongoing I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project in the heart of Miami. That is the latest report…

Moss floats plan for short-haul sky gondola transit

Moss floats plan for short-haul sky gondola transit

Miami-Dade travelers today cross the county in a variety of ways, from personal vehicles, buses and railcars to boats, rideshares and e-scooters. According to Commissioner Dennis Moss, another piece may…

Laurent Gallissot: France’s consul general looks to create linkages in Miami

Laurent Gallissot: France’s consul general looks to create linkages in Miami

When Laurent Gallissot took over the Consulate of France in Miami in early September, he had to hit the ground running. Hurricane Dorian had just struck, and his office’s constituents…

Pinnacle Housing Group affordable senior housing hailed

Pinnacle Housing Group affordable senior housing hailed

County officials joined developer Pinnacle on Friday to hail the opening of new affordable transit-oriented housing for seniors in South Miami-Dade as they cut the ribbon at the 123-unit, seven-story…

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FYI Miami: February 20, 2020

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